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Start good habits at an early age with these ideas for thank you notes your children can make themselves.
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DIY Fabric-Covered Party Hats
Make the party hats for your child's next party truly unique by following the instructions for these fabric-covered hats that are sturdy enough to last for many birthdays to come.
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The expert to DIY Fashion created several free party hat designs you can print at home, saving you money on party supplies.
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Recipes and Printable Labels for a DIY Spa Party
Throw a posh spa party for a tween or teen using these free recipes and labels for lotions, scrubs, and other do-it-yourself skin-care products.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Free Printable Flower Card for Spring and Summer Invitations
This free printable flower card would make a great spring or summer birthday invitation, thank you card, Mother's Day card or May Day note.
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Create party invitations and decorations from junk mail, old magazines, envelope liners, and other garbage and submit your own ideas for turning trash into party treasures.
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How to Make a Scanned Fabric Collage Invitation for a Birthday Party
Some fabric scraps, a computer, and a printer are all you need to make a unique invitation that fits your child's birthday theme.
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Looking for templates to make your own invitations and other party supplies? Start here.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Want to decorate your own cupcakes but skip the frosting mess? Use paper cupcake toppers instead. You can make them from almost anything, including photos of your child, vintage greeting cards, magazine clippings, extra party invitations and images found online.
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How to Make Alphabet and Letter Cupcake Toppers
Personalize a birthday or holiday message with these alphabet and letter cupcake toppers. They're easy to make! Just print out the stencils, cut and trace the letters you need, and then attach the letters and numbers to popsicle sticks or toothpicks.